Lost: Ginger Striped Cat Male In South West (TR20)

  • Dog ID 50487
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 28 Mar 2013
  • Gender & Breed Male Cat
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour ginger striped
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 26 Mar 2013
  • Where Lost Sanereed near Penzance.
  • Lost In Region South West
  • Lost In Post Area TR20
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07805 885956
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Jayne - Administrator, Head Office
  • Views 1553
  • TED SIGHTEDPoster Image
  • TED SIGHTEDExtra Image


Sightings and Information

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Pleased Ted has been sighted, looks as though he has not been neutered, Tomcats that have not beem neutered will go a long way looking for the ladies. Hope he is reunited soon, and you let have the "Chop" Paws, and fingers xd.
Hi Teddy great you are getting sightings - the catchat link below gives some ideas of the best times of day to search and things that you can try to encourage him to come to you. Alternatively,if you can find out if anyone is feeding him locally (whether deliberately or inadvertently) they may be able to encourage him indoors.

If it's him and he's determined not to be caught, you may have to think about trapping. Your local Cats Protection branch may be able to help with hire or loan of a trap and should have plenty of experience and advice to help if needed.

Good luck! x
We have had four sightings of Ted within the last few days. Three in Tregadgwith, St Buryan and one by the Merry Maidens, St Buryan. This is only 3/4 miles away from us as the crow flies so is sounding very promising. I have postered the area and everyone is on the lookout. Does anyone have any ideas on how to catch him?
Catchat website has a great action plan of things you can or should do. Many of these will be the same as for finding a lost dog, - but link is here if there is anything you haven't thought of yet - http://www.catchat.org/lost.html

They also have a list of local rescues all of who might be contacted if a cat is found - http://www.catchat.org/adoption/cornwall.html

I also assume you have contacted all your local vets - make sure they all get his details. Cats tend to travel a little less than dogs so lots of fliers through local doors can be really effective. Encourage neighbours to check garages and sheds to make sure he hasn't got himself shut in somewhere. Keep an eye on windowsills of any empty houses or houses where neighbours may be on holiday.

I work with a cat charity close to where I live (not close to you I'm afraid or else I'd help on the ground) and almost without exception it is the posters and fliers that bring lost cats home.

Good luck with your hunt - he might just waltz in again at any time. They can be little monkeys when then want to be!
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
So local dogowners....when your dog goes out for a pee...and starts barking...as they do at cats..please let owners know...TX
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
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